If 100% people return iPhone Apps, that means Apple keeps 30% while the iPhone App developers have to basically gulp out that commission to Apple.
Sorta reminiscent of Apple’s logo doesn’t it? (Take a bite out of the Apple)
For now, it seems clear though that Apple is being “evil” and basically cashing in something that should belong to the App developers.
Clause in the contract:
In the event that Apple receives any notice or claim from any end-user that: (i) the end-user wishes to cancel its license to any of the Licensed Applications within ninety (90) days of the date of download of that Licensed Application by that end-user; or (ii) a Licensed Application fails to conform to Your specifications or Your product warranty or the requirements of any applicable law, Apple may refund to the end-user the full amount of the price paid by the end-user for that Licensed Application. In the event that Apple refunds any such price to an end-user, You shall reimburse, or grant Apple a credit for, an amount equal to the price for that Licensed Application. Apple will have the right to retain its commission on the sale of that Licensed Application, notwithstanding the refund of the price to the end.
Boo Apple, can we have a little democracy here, not democrazy or any of that Hitler shite?
We will let you be the judge but our fairness tells us that this simply is “evil”, not that we doubt Apple isn’t.